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- Smider, Vaughn V., et al. Show all 15 Authors
- Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 2009 v.106 no.11 pp. 4337-4342
- amino acids; autoantibodies; durability; endotoxemia; epitopes; immune response; immune system; immunization; immunochemistry; immunoglobulin G; infectious diseases; lipopolysaccharides; mice; mutants; mutation; necrosis; neoplasms; retinol-binding protein; tumor necrosis factor-alpha; vaccines
- ... For more than 2 centuries active immunotherapy has been at the forefront of efforts to prevent infectious disease [Waldmann TA (2003) Nat Med 9:269-277]. However, the decreased ability of the immune system to mount a robust immune response to self-antigens has made it more difficult to generate therapeutic vaccines against cancer or chronic degenerative diseases. Recently, we showed that the site- ...
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